Volume 34, Issue 4
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  • Studies in the history of the English language VIII: Generalizing vs. particularizing methodologies in historical linguistic analysis. 2016. Ed. by Don Chapman, Colette Moore & Miranda Wilcox

  • Author(s): Felicia Jean Steele 1
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    1 The College of New Jersey
  • Source: Diachronica, Volume 34, Issue 4, Jan 2017, p. 577 - 584
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/dia.00001.ste
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